The 12th edition of the Concours Mondial du Sauvignon received more than 1,200 samples from 23 countries to be tasted by an expert panel. The 75 judges reviewed the wines based on blind tastings, selecting the best Sauvignon Blancs from all winegrowing regions of the world, shining a light on this highly sought-after variety.
On this occasion, Doña Paula Estate Sauvignon Blanc 2020 was the only Argentinean wine to be recognized in the competition, receiving a Gold Medal.
This 100% Sauvignon Blanc is estate grown and bottled in the Uco Valley, and it has a greenish-yellow color. In the nose, the aromas are intense, fresh and typical; those of wild mint, grapefruit and rue stand out. A fresh, concentrated, well-balanced and persistent wine.